When a childhood medical issue with his eyesight delayed his plan to become an airplane pilot, Hudson Tsang learned there’s more than one way to fly. He discovered that Purdue Polytechnic’s unmanned aerial systems major is a perfect fit.
Scholarship enables student to pursue construction management degree
A new partnership with a national college outreach and youth leadership development organization gave Purdue Polytechnic's Nah’Shon Williams, who is majoring in construction management technology, the chance to become a Boilermaker. Williams and 10 other first-year students were selected for scholarships thanks to their academic and leadership potential.
Ringenberg completes giant leap from Purdue student to professor
Purdue Polytechnic’s Tatiana Ringenberg earned the title of “Boilermaker” four times — as an alumna with bachelor’s, master’s and PhD degrees, all from Purdue, and now as a faculty member in the Department of Computer and Information Technology.
Four Polytechnic students named Kiewit Scholars
Veronica Brems, Blaise King, Raul Molina and Autumn Yang, Purdue Polytechnic students majoring in construction management technology, have been named as inaugural Kiewit Scholars.